I am dually qualified as a scientist (BA from Cambridge, PhD from Imperial) and as a medic/clinical bacteriologist (MBBS from London Hospital, MD from Barts, FRCPath), and benefit from Research-Council funding for both bioinformatics and laboratory-based molecular bacteriology projects. My research interests focus on bacterial pathogenesis and the exploitation of sequence data, particularly high-throughput sequencing data.
In recent years, I have taught on microbiology and human genome evolution: my recent lectures and research talks are available on my YouTube channelI am the author of The Last Days of Smallpox, a full account of the 1978 smallpox incident in Birmingham that includes coverage of the outbreak and the subsequent courtcase.
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